A senior judge Court ruled that the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland failed to fulfill her obligation to provide abortion services to women in Northern Ireland "promptly
However, Judge Colton refused to force Brandon Lewis to provide abortion services.
He also dismissed the complaints against the Ministry of Health and the executive committee.
The NI Human Rights Commission has taken the case for review judicial.
It was pris against the Executive of Northern Ireland, the Department of Health and Secretary of Northern Ireland Brandon Lewis.
He argued that there had been an "abdication of legal responsibility " by all three parties due to delays in implementing abortion laws in Ireland from North.
I source of age, PACEMAKER Image caption, Anti-abortion protesters gathered outside Belfast High Court last week
L Abortion is a matter for the Northern Ireland Assembly.
But in 2019, a MPs vote in Westminster - when decentralization was suspended - brought about significant changes to abortion laws in Northern Ireland.
The Stormont institutions returned three months later and remained under the responsibility of establishing a central permanent abortion service.
But health trusts have only provided limited services, meaning some women request an abortion beyond 10 years. weeks pregnant had to travel to Britain to access services.
In his judgment, Judge Colton saide: "The court declares that between April 2020 and March 2021, the Secretary of State breached his obligations under Section 9 of the Northern Ireland Executive Formation Act 2019 , in that it failed to ensure that the state provides women with access to high quality abortion and postabortion care in all public health facilities in Northern Ireland.
Section 9 of The Northern Ireland (Executive Training) Act 2019 (NI EF Act) imposed an obligation on the UK government to reform abortion law in Northern Ireland, as the Northern Ireland executive does not was not reinstated on October 21, 2019.
The judge told Belfast High Court that while the court has "some concerns about the extent to which political considerations have impacted the Department of Health's delay in execute the commissioning process "the pause was justified in the circumstances surrounding the Covid pandemic.
Image source, Reuters Image caption, Judge Colton refused to force Brandon Lewis to offer abortion services.
"In these circumstances, the court is not convinced that a statement should be made against the Minister of Health.
"Regarding the executive committee for the reasons stated above, the court not consider that no order should be madeagainst her. "